How fast and how well you communicate with your community during an emergency can be the difference between life and death. Your margin for error is slim. Seconds count.
Rave Alert: Fast, Easy, Complete Emergency Alerting
Rave Alert Emergency Notification lets you communicate with and alert your entire campus in minutes.
- Complete coverage — Uses all communication modes to send emergency alerts – mobile phones, landlines, email, text, social media, IPAWS-OPEN, and more — Rave Alert emergency notification system ensures maximum coverage.
- Easy to use — SnapSend™, an easy to use emergency alert send flow, breaks new ground in usability and gives you the simplest, most bulletproof alert send operation available.
- Reliable — Rave’s proven mass emergency notification system delivers millions of alerts daily. Our technology and public safety grade infrastructure ensures your emergency alerts will be delivered in all situations
- Accurate — With Rave Alert’s opt-in/opt-out flexibility and dynamic data management, your emergency alerts and other communications get to the right person at the right time.
Backed by industry leading security, availability, and customer support, Rave Alert Emergency Notification gives you an easy to use, proven way to communicate with your entire campus before, during, and after emergencies.
Our Customers Trust Rave Alert
“We would not have survived the tremendous demands on our communications office and the Judiciary in general during Superstorm Sandy without our Rave accounts. We kept the entire state, and especially the shore and the inland communities that were devastated by the storm, fully informed and updated all day, every day.”
Director Communications & Community Relations
New Jersey Courts
“Social media is a critical part of our communication strategy… On the Friday when the (Boston Marathon bombing) lockdown came out, we have it set up with Rave that messages feed right from the system into our social media presence. We had 54,000 people see that posting in matter of minutes.”
Director of Emergency Management
Office of the Executive Vice President